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BIO 181 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Lipid, Glucose, Genus


Department
Biological Sciences
Course Code
BIO 181
Professor
Jacob Vasser
Study Guide
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Plantae-
Chara elegans
Domain-Eukarya
Kingdom- Plantae
Phylum- n/a
Class- Charophyceae
Order- Charales
Family- Characeae
Genus- Chara
Species- C. elegans
Chara elegans is a species of green alga. It is multicellular, and it resembles some species of
land plants. This is because of what their stems and leaves look like. They are freshwater plants
that grow underwater, attached to the bottoms of things like lakes. They reproduce vegetatively,
and in a sexual manner. It is a gametophyte that is rough to the touch.
Amborella:
Domain-Eukarya
Kingdom- Plantae
Phylum-
Class-
Order- Amborellales
Family-Amborellaceae
Genus-Amborella
Species-A.Trichopoda
Amborella is a rare type of shrub or small tree. They can grow up to 25 feet, and they have
basic evergreen leaves. The only species in this genus is Amborella Trichopoda. Amborella is
part of the flowering plant species. Their wood doesn’t have the vessels that most of the other
flowering plants do have, so that makes them different.
Amborella is different than one of the other Plantae kingdoms , moss, because it produces
flowers, and it has bark.
Both Amborella and Chara elegans are classified as plant species, but they are very different.
Chara elegans is a green alga, while Amborella is a small shrub. Amborella lives on land, in
remote parts of the world. Chara elegans lives underwater and only resembles land plants. It
waves and flows like seaweed, while Amborella is as stiff as a tree.
Animalia-
Coryne eximia:
Domain- Eukarya
Kingdom- Animalia
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Phylum- Cnidaria
Class- Hydrozoa
Order- Anthomedusae
Family- Corynidae
Genus- Coryne
Species- C. eximia
Coryne eximia is a type of athecate hydroid. It belongs to the Corynidae family, and is thought to
be found everywhere. They are a species that resemble coral. They can grow to be around 15
cm, but they usually are around 7 or 8 cm. All of the Coryne eximia’s branches generally grow
off the same side of the stems. They are all generally smooth as well. Kelp is a common place
to find it.
Karoo Rock Elephant Shrew:
Domain- Eukarya
Kingdom- Animalia
Phylum- Chordata
Class- Macroscelidea
Order- Mammalia
Family- Macroscelididae
Genus- Elephantulus
Species- E.pilicaudus
The Karoo Rock Elephant Shrew is a species of Elephantulus shrew. They are small mammals
that resemble many rodents. They are quadrupedal, and they live on mainly eating worms,
spiders, and other insects. They seem to have large high-crowned teeth for this task. The fossils
of their species are all from Africa. When the babies are able to leave home, they will make their
own homes, and start reproducing in a little over a month.
Karoo Rock Elephant Shrews are a very different species than the Coryne eximia. The shrews
live on land, and they are mammals. They continuously reproduce, and have to depend on
others of their kind for survival. The Coryne eximia are organisms that are like coral. they don’t
have to mate, and they live in the water. They just grow of their own accord. They are like many
plants in that way. They come from a family of marine invertebrates, such as jellyfish. Both of
these are animals that currently live on earth.
Fungi-
Neofabraea malicorticis-
Domain- Eukarya
Kingdom- Fungi
Phylum- Ascomycota
Class- Leotiomycetes
Order- Helotiales
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